Longest-Living Man In Recorded History Dies At 116

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Longest-Living Man In Recorded History Dies At 116

Jiroemon Kimura, a Japanese man who was born in April 1897, died Wednesday of pneumonia in his hometown at the age of 116, making him the oldest male known to have ever lived. What do you think?

  • “Those last 30 years can’t have been fun.”

    Sean McCray
    Motorboat Mechanic
  • “For the love of God, please tell me a morning news show asked him his secret!”

    Mike Newell
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  • “He died in his hometown? What a loser.”

    Judith Armstrong
    Jigsaw Operator
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